Moncrief was signed to a two-year, $9 million deal with $5 million guaranteed in the off-season. However, he was simply abysmal in the season opener with four drops and never really recovered. The Steelers waived him prior to week ten so they wouldn't have to lose out on a compensatory draft pick. Moncrief badly needed a fresh start and should get a shot with a WR-needy team in the short term. Meanwhile, the dynasty stock of rookie Diontae Johnson get a shot in the arm as he's now entrenched as a starter opposite JuJu Smith-Schuster.